Re: [CR]Rarest Campy part

Example: Framebuilders:Masi

Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2008 19:01:06 -0500
From: "coel canth" <>
To: "Peter Weigle" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Rarest Campy part
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cc: "Classicrendezvous@Bikelist.Org" <>

yes i do have a 36.5 lockring ! but it's actually for an unbranded bottom bracket (that looks suspiciously like a Magistroni to me).. the funny thing is it was setup with the Campagnolo cottered crank spindle Jamie Swan mentioned.. when do these date from ? i thought they were a ca. 1960 item but i did find it on a bike i guess to be ca. 1957.

i like the turn this thread has taken now that it's become "what's the rarest Campy part you have ?"

i think mine would be a T-wrench with very early logo; the 'open C' and Brev: with the funny two-dot abbreviation symbol. hi campy shows similar wrenches on his site but they are L-shaped wrenches.. when did Campy start making tools anyway ? are these listed in the early catalogs ?

Andrei Padlowski Glen Ridge, NJ

On Jan 31, 2008 5:58 PM, Peter Weigle <> wrote:
> This isn't a biggie,, but I always thought it kind of cool.
> I have a record adjustable cup stamped 36.5! x24tpi. Its an oversize
> cup
> that campagnolo offered at one time for frames that were a little"sloppy"
> I remember using the fixed cup for a frame in need.
> Anyone have a 36.5 lockring???